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magnesiumnoun [U]

 us   /mæɡˈni·zi·əm/
a silver-white metal that burns very brightly and is used in making fireworks (= explosions producing colored patterns for entertainment)
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magnesiumnoun [U]

uk   /mæɡˈniː.zi.əm/  us   /mæɡˈniː.zi.əm/ (symbol Mg)
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in Vietnamese Magiê (hóa học)…
in Spanish magnesio…
in Malaysian magnesium…
in Thai ธาตุแมกนีเซียม…
in French magnésium…
in German das Magnesium…
in Chinese (Traditional) (化學元素)鎂…
in Russian магний…
in Turkish magnezyum…
in Chinese (Simplified) (化学元素)镁…
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